Antara [Poetic Inspiration] All the Husbands of Beautiful Women I Have Killed

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‘Haleel’ here means husband. The spouse is known as ‘Haleel’ or ‘Haleela’, coming from ‘Halal’ as they are ‘Halal’ for each other. ‘Ghania’ is a woman who is or beautiful or young. The ‘Shadq’ is the part of the mouth below the cheek. It is used here to depict the width of the wound. ‘A’lam’ refers a camel as it’s lip is split.

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